New flows would make for much healthier Murray

New flows would make for much healthier Murray

Adelaide : Australia | Oct 08, 2012 at 4:45 PM PDT
Source: Adelaide Now
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River Murray and removing constraints would "substantially" improve the system's overall health, new modelling shows. The Federal Government this morning released new modelling as it enters the final stages of the Murray Darling basin plan and prepares to submit it to Parliament by year's end.... FULL ARTICLE AT Adelaide Now
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